• Print

Access digital: conference on the Archives Portal Europe and other portals, 25 November 2014, Koblenz (Germany)

Under the title "Access digital", the German APEx project team at the Federal Archives invites to a special conference on use, usage and linking of archival contents online to be held on Tuesday, 25 November 2014. Talks - in German and English - will be given by representatives of the archives as well as partners with a background in Digitial Humanities, education, genealogy and the creative industries.

To get started, there will also be two workshops - in German only - on data preparation and processing for the Archives Portal Europe already on Monday, 24 November 2014. There are two timeslots to choose from: either 9:30 to 12:45 in the morning or 13:30 to 16:45 in the afternoon.

Have a look at the detailed program online at http://archivgut-online.de. Registrations for all events can be submitted via email (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.) or telephone (+49 (0) 261 505 202, Frau Okunik, Mo-Fr 9 to 12 am). Please let us know, which events you’d like to attend, so that planning can be arranged more easily. Should you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to check with APEx project team at the Federal Archives (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.) directly.

About the Author

Silke Jagodzinski

Silke Jagodzinski, Diploma in Archival Science and Master in History and Cultural Science. Silke worked five years as member of a digital history project and after that as traditional archivist. She became digital archivist and got advanced training in digital technology related to Information Science. Before Silke started to work for the APEx project at the Federal Archives of Germany in 2012, she gathered experiences with several XML technologies and archival standards in a company for data conversion. Within the APEx project, Silke is involved in most of the Work Packages and has a focus on archival standards and metadata tasks.